Pilates was my first introduction to teaching good movement strategies. There is a wealth of useful exercises in the Pilates repertoire that I use every day to teach movement.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation is a methodology developed by physiotherapists based on how babies learn to breath, stabilise and move.
It is a process of rediscovery.
The Franklin Method is rich in generating felt-sense experiences primarily through the use of imagery and massage balls. As our awareness of our moving, breathing bodies improves so does our ability to adopt healthy movement habits.
Craniosacral Therapy utilises the bodies natural rhythms and subtle biological movements to promote health. I am not currently practicing, but my training and previous years of practice have informed my approach to teaching movement.